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The Daily Dispatch: February 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], Another movement of the enemy from the Peninsula. (search)
ding party which had been sent out from there, and accomplished the following results, according to an official telegram from Gen. Butler: On the 26th ult. Gen. Palmer sent an expedition to capture a force of rebel cavalry in Jones and Onslow counties, North Carolina. They succeeded in routing the enemy, and captured twenty ten thousand pounds of tobacco, thirty-two barrels of beef, and captured a large number of mules and horses. Butler then sends his next dispatch received from Palmer, which is of an entirely different tenor: Newbern, N. C., Feb. 1--8 P. M. To Major General Butler. Early this morning our outposts at Bachelor's Creevident intention of cutting it. The commander Beaufort is aware of the situation, and will use every effort to prevent the interruption of the road. (Signed) J. W. Palmer, Brig.-Gen. Later.--The section of artillery supposed to be captured is at Buck Creek, and may be preserved. Confederate raid on the Baltimore and Ohio